How to use Shopify analytics and reports?

How to use Shopify analytics and reports?

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by sibyl , 2 months ago

@althea_dooley 

To use Shopify analytics and reports effectively, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your Shopify account.
  2. From the admin dashboard, navigate to the "Analytics" section on the left side menu.
  3. Choose between "Overview" and "Reports" to access different types of analytics.
  • Overview: a. In the "Overview" tab, you can view a summary of your store's performance, including sales, orders, visitors, and conversion rates. b. Customize the date range to analyze specific time periods. c. Utilize the various graphs and charts to gain insights into your store’s performance at a glance.
  • Reports: a. In the "Reports" tab, you'll find different types of reports, such as sales reports, customer reports, and acquisition reports. b. Click on the report you want to explore, and customize the filters and date range for more specific data. c. Review the report to analyze metrics, including sales, products, customers, referrals, and more. d. Track trends and identify opportunities or issues by comparing data from different time periods, products, or customer segments.
  1. Use the available options to download reports as CSV files or display them as graphs.
  2. Shopify also offers advanced reports through their "Analytics" or "Shopify Plus" plans. These advanced features provide more in-depth insights, such as cohort analysis, custom reports, and multi-channel attribution.
  3. Regularly review and analyze the different analytics and reports to understand your store's performance, identify successful strategies, and make data-driven decisions to improve your business.
  4. Experiment with different filters and time ranges to gain a deeper understanding of your customers, products, and marketing campaigns.
  5. Combine Shopify analytics with external analytics tools or Google Analytics for a comprehensive understanding of your ecommerce business.


Remember, regular monitoring and analysis of your Shopify analytics and reports will enable you to make data-driven decisions that optimize your store's performance and boost your sales.